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MPB2C, a microtubule-associated plant factor, is required for microtubular accumulation of tobacco mosaic virus movement protein in plantsCURIN, Mirela; OJANGU, Eve-Ly; TRUTNYEVA, Kateryna et al.Plant physiology (Bethesda). 2007, Vol 143, Num 2, pp 801-811, issn 0032-0889, 11 p.Article

Rapid structural phenotyping of plant cell wall mutants by enzymatic oligosaccharide fingerprintingLEROUXEL, Olivier; TZE SIANG CHOO; SEVENO, Martial et al.Plant physiology (Bethesda). 2002, Vol 130, Num 4, pp 1754-1763, issn 0032-0889, 10 p.Article

HCO3- use and evidence for a carbon concentrating process in the mat-forming cyanophyte Lyngbya birgei G.M. SmithBEER, S; SPENCER, W. E; BOWES, G et al.Aquatic botany. 1992, Vol 42, Num 2, pp 159-171, issn 0304-3770Article

Hydration, protons and onset of physiological activities in maize seedsBRUNI, F; LEOPOLD, A. C.Physiologia Plantarum (København. 1948). 1991, Vol 81, Num 3, pp 359-366, issn 0031-9317Article

A study on the alkaloidal components from Delphinium gyalanum Marq. et ShawWANG FENG-PENG; PELLETIER, S. W.Zhíwùxué Bào. 1990, Vol 32, Num 9, pp 733-736, issn 0577-7496, 4 p.Article

CINCINNATA Controls both cell differentiation and growth in petal lobes and leaves of antirrhinumCRAWFORD, Brian C. W; NATH, Utpal; CARPENTER, Rosemary et al.Plant physiology (Bethesda). 2004, Vol 135, Num 1, pp 244-253, issn 0032-0889, 10 p.Article

Degradation of proliferating cell nuclear antigen by 26S proteasome in rice (Oryza sativa L.)YAMAMOTO, Taichi; KIMURA, Seisuke; MORI, Yoko et al.Planta. 2004, Vol 218, Num 4, pp 640-646, issn 0032-0935, 7 p.Article

Chaperonins Facilitate KNOTTED1 Cell-to-Cell Trafficking and Stem Cell FunctionXIANFENG MORGAN XU; JING WANG; ZHENYU XUAN et al.Science (Washington, D.C.). 2011, Vol 333, Num 6046, pp 1141-1144, issn 0036-8075, 4 p.Article

Analysis of supercooling-facilitating (anti-ice nucleation) activity of flavonol glycosidesKASUGA, Jun; FUKUSHI, Yukiharu; KUWABARA, Chikako et al.Cryobiology (Print). 2010, Vol 60, Num 2, pp 240-243, issn 0011-2240, 4 p.Article

Effect of cultivation age and embryo size on specific oxygen uptake rate in developing somatic embryos of Daucus carota LLI-CHUNG HUANG; VITS, H; STABA, E. J et al.Biotechnology letters. 1992, Vol 14, Num 8, pp 701-706, issn 0141-5492Article

Direct ultrastructural evidence of lymphocyte-mediated cancer cell lysis in the microenvironment of Chinese nasopharyngeal carcinomaZHEN-BIAO HANG; YU-QUEN WEI; YUAN-PING WANG et al.Human pathology. 1991, Vol 22, Num 4, pp 320-325, issn 0046-8177Article

Tropistic responses of Avena seedlings in simulated hypogravityEIDESMO, T; BROWN, A; CHAPMAN, D et al.Microgravity, science and technology. 1991, Vol 4, Num 3, pp 199-206, issn 0938-0108Article

ent-Kaurene diterpenoids from Rabdosia eriocalyxSHEN XIAO-YU; SUN HAN-DONG; ISOGAI, A et al.Zhíwùxué Bào. 1990, Vol 32, Num 9, pp 711-715, issn 0577-7496, 5 p.Article

The dynamics of physiologically structured populationsMETZ, J. A. J; DIEKMANN, O.Lecture notes in biomathematics. 1986, Vol 68, issn 0341-633X, XII-511 pArticle

Isolated chloroplast division machinery can actively constrict after stretchingYOSHIDA, Yamato; KUROIWA, Haruko; MISUMI, Osami et al.Science (Washington, D.C.). 2006, Vol 313, Num 5792, pp 1435-1438, issn 0036-8075, 4 p.Article

Production of reactive oxygen species, alteration of cytosolic ascorbate peroxidase, and impairment of mitochondrial metabolism are early events in heat shock-induced programmed cell death in tobacco Bright-Yellow 2 cellsVACCA, Rosa Anna; DE PINTO, Maria Concetta; VALENTI, Daniela et al.Plant physiology (Bethesda). 2004, Vol 134, Num 3, pp 1100-1112, issn 0032-0889, 13 p.Article

Possible influence of cell walls upon ion concentrations at plasma membrane surfaces. Toward a comprehensive view of cell-surface electrical effects upon ion uptake, intoxication, and ameliorationKINRAIDE, Thomas B.Plant physiology (Bethesda). 2004, Vol 136, Num 3, pp 3804-3813, issn 0032-0889, 10 p.Article

Cell death suppressor arabidopsis bax inhibitor-1 is associated with calmodulin binding and ion homeostasisIHARA-OHORI, Yuri; NAGANO, Minoru; MUTO, Shoshi et al.Plant physiology (Bethesda). 2007, Vol 143, Num 2, pp 650-660, issn 0032-0889, 11 p.Article

Extracellular proteins in pea root tip and border cell exudatesFUSHI WEN; VANETTEN, Hans D; TSAPRAILIS, George et al.Plant physiology (Bethesda). 2007, Vol 143, Num 2, pp 773-783, issn 0032-0889, 11 p.Article

The proteomics of plant cell membranesKOMATSU, Setsuko; KONISHI, Hirosato; HASHIMOTO, Makoto et al.Journal of experimental botany. 2007, Vol 58, Num 1, pp 103-112, issn 0022-0957, 10 p.Conference Paper

Dimerization of the bacterial effector protein AvrBs3 in the plant cell cytoplasm prior to nuclear importGÜRLEBECK, Doreen; SZUREK, Boris; BONAS, Ulla et al.Plant journal. 2005, Vol 42, Num 2, pp 175-187, issn 0960-7412, 13 p.Article

Isolation from sugar beet cell walls of arabinan oligosaccharides esterified by two ferulic acid monomersLEVIGNE, Sébastien V; RALET, Marie-Christine J; QUEMENER, Bernard C et al.Plant physiology (Bethesda). 2004, Vol 134, Num 3, pp 1173-1180, issn 0032-0889, 8 p.Article

Metabolic fate of jasmonates in tobacco Bright Yellow-2 cellsSWIATEK, Agnieszka; VAN DONGEN, Walter; ESMANS, Eddy L et al.Plant physiology (Bethesda). 2004, Vol 135, Num 1, pp 161-172, issn 0032-0889, 12 p.Article

Arrest of embryo development in Brassica napus mediated by modified Pseudomonas aeruginosa exotoxin AKONING, A; JONES, A; FILLATTI, J.-A. J et al.Plant molecular biology. 1992, Vol 18, Num 2, pp 247-258, issn 0167-4412Article

Hypnogenols and other dihydroflavonols from the moss Hypnum cupressiformeSIEVERS, H; BURKHARDT, G; BECKER, H et al.Phytochemistry. 1992, Vol 31, Num 9, pp 3233-3237, issn 0031-9422Article

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